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Mechel and Japan´s JFE steel prolong coal supply contract till 2021
07 June 2018 , 18:00Neftegaz.RU783
Tokyo, June 07 - Neftegaz.RU. Russian Mechel reports prolonging its long-term deal for coal supplies with Japan’s JFE Steel corporation, a major steel mill in Asia Pacific, by another 3 years.
The agreement will be in force until June 2021. According to the agreement, Mechel will annually supply JFE Steel up to 1.5 million tonnes of metallurgical coals - coking coal concentrate produced by Yakutugol Holding Company as well PCI produced by Southern Kuzbass Coal Company.
The price will be determined based on the market situation. JFE Steel also voiced its willingness to acquire additional volumes of coking coal concentrate produced by Elgaugol, which volumes and supply conditions are to be discussed further.
JFE Steel has been buying Southern Yakutia’s coals for over 30 years and has always been Mechel’s longstanding and reliable partner.
«In 2015, we signed our first 3-year contract with JFE Steel whom we have been supplying with up to 1 million tonnes of coal annually. Prolongation of this contract brings our ties to a whole new level. We are glad that the Japanese side highly appreciates both our products’ quality and the future of our partnership. With this contract, Mechel’s mining facilities will be able to step up our supplies to Japan, with this country’s share in our overall exports to go up to 15%,» Mechel´s CEO Pavel Shtark commented.
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